Danielle Rudes discusses her book Surviving Solitary: Living and Working in Restricted Housing Units

 Danielle S. Rudes discusses her brand-new book Surviving Solitary: Living and Working in Restricted Housing Units. Hosted by Opportunities, Alternatives, and Resources (O.A.R.) and Stanford University Press. Find Surviving Solitary here: https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=32952 Find out more about O.A.R. here: https://oarnova.org/ Use the discount code SOLITARY20-FM at checkout for 20% off and free North American shipping…

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ACE! Symposium: Charting a Course Toward Social Justice in Corrections

Join the Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence (ACE!) on April 29 and May 6 at 1PM EDT for a symposium on “Charting a Course Toward Social Justice in Corrections.” Drs. Faye Taxman and Danielle Rudes of ACE! will host the symposium and confirmed speakers include George Mason University President Dr. Gregory Washington, Glenn Tapia of…

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Webinar: Criminal Legal System – Behavioral Health Evidence-Based Practices

The I.M. Justice BH (Implementation Mechanisms of Justice and Behavioral Health) research team (led by Drs. Faye Taxman, Jennifer Johnson, and Jill Viglione) cordially invite you to attend our upcoming webinar: Criminal Legal System – Behavioral Health Evidence-Based Practices.  Join us to learn more about the current state of knowledge on evidence-based practices for serving people with behavioral…

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Webinar: County level data resources, measures, and characteristics used in a nation-wide initiative (7-14-2021)

 This presentation describes the county level data that was used to understand reforms for mental health reform efforts including in the justice system. the presentation covered: 1) the different county level data sources; 2) different ways to display the data; and 3) descriptive and complex statistical analyses to better understand health, mental health, providers,…

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Building Capacity in Hidalgo County, TX

Hidalgo County, TX Community Supervision and Corrections Department (CSCD) began collaborating with George Mason University’s Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence (ACE!) in 2012 to implement evidence-based supervision. Through this partnership, CSCD adopted two translational tools: Staff Undertaking Skills to Advance Innovation (SUSTAIN) and the Risk–Need-Responsivity (RNR) Simulation Tool. Since 2014, CSCD has more than doubled…

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